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Old 26 Sep 2003, 05:45 pm
Tera Baap
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Default 91 Integra Radio Wiring Question

Hi all!

My 91 Integra's factory radio just gave up on me. A friend gave me an old
(aftermarket) radio to throw in. The problem I'm having is that the 8 or so
wires coming out of the replacement radio are color coded differently from
the wires in the car. I have figured out what all the colored wires on the
replacement radio represent, but don't know which wire corresponds to the
different ones in the car.

Could someone give me a listing of what each of the colored wires should be
connected to?

Thanks!


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Old 26 Sep 2003, 11:25 pm
Chris Jones
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Default Re: 91 Integra Radio Wiring Question

Tera Baap wrote:
> Hi all!
>
> My 91 Integra's factory radio just gave up on me. A friend gave me
> an old (aftermarket) radio to throw in. The problem I'm having is
> that the 8 or so wires coming out of the replacement radio are color
> coded differently from the wires in the car. I have figured out what
> all the colored wires on the replacement radio represent, but don't
> know which wire corresponds to the different ones in the car.
>
> Could someone give me a listing of what each of the colored wires
> should be connected to?
>
> Thanks!


Radio Shack and most Kragen/Checker auto parts stores have wiring harnesses
that will correspond to the aftermarket stereo and plug right into your
factory harness. You could also just use it to figure out which wires
correspond with which and not use the plugs, but it's only like $10.....
--

Chris


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Old 27 Sep 2003, 02:13 am
Tera Baap
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"Chris Jones" <chris.j@cox.net> wrote in message
news:7r7db.27832$Ms2.22748@fed1read03...
> Tera Baap wrote:
> > Hi all!
> >
> > My 91 Integra's factory radio just gave up on me. A friend gave me
> > an old (aftermarket) radio to throw in. The problem I'm having is
> > that the 8 or so wires coming out of the replacement radio are color
> > coded differently from the wires in the car. I have figured out what
> > all the colored wires on the replacement radio represent, but don't
> > know which wire corresponds to the different ones in the car.
> >
> > Could someone give me a listing of what each of the colored wires
> > should be connected to?
> >
> > Thanks!

>
> Radio Shack and most Kragen/Checker auto parts stores have wiring

harnesses
> that will correspond to the aftermarket stereo and plug right into your
> factory harness. You could also just use it to figure out which wires
> correspond with which and not use the plugs, but it's only like $10.....
> --
>
> Chris
>
>


I checked Pep Boys and they didn't have it. I'll take a look at Radio Shack
tomorrow.

Thanks, Chris!


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Old 27 Sep 2003, 10:23 am
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Default Re: 91 Integra Radio Wiring Question

On 9/27/03 1:13 AM, in article
9U9db.23322$XF.20462610@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net, "Tera Baap"
<Tera@Kiska.Baap.com> wrote:

> "Chris Jones" <chris.j@cox.net> wrote in message
> news:7r7db.27832$Ms2.22748@fed1read03...
>> Tera Baap wrote:
>>> Hi all!
>>>
>>> My 91 Integra's factory radio just gave up on me. A friend gave me
>>> an old (aftermarket) radio to throw in. The problem I'm having is
>>> that the 8 or so wires coming out of the replacement radio are color
>>> coded differently from the wires in the car. I have figured out what
>>> all the colored wires on the replacement radio represent, but don't
>>> know which wire corresponds to the different ones in the car.
>>>
>>> Could someone give me a listing of what each of the colored wires
>>> should be connected to?
>>>
>>> Thanks!

>>
>> Radio Shack and most Kragen/Checker auto parts stores have wiring

> harnesses
>> that will correspond to the aftermarket stereo and plug right into your
>> factory harness. You could also just use it to figure out which wires
>> correspond with which and not use the plugs, but it's only like $10.....
>> --
>>
>> Chris
>>
>>

>
> I checked Pep Boys and they didn't have it. I'll take a look at Radio Shack
> tomorrow.
>
> Thanks, Chris!
>
>


If you can't find it anywhere else - look at crutchfield.com.

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Old 12 Oct 2003, 04:40 pm
Bill Freeman
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Default Re: 91 Integra Radio Wiring Question

What's your aftermarket brand? I avoided the factory radio off the
bat on my '90 and installed a Kenwood cassette AM/FM. The wiring shouldn't
be that different (I've the factory manuals). Kenwood is the best I've
experienced. Run a cleaner tape through every 2d-3rd year .. . flawless.
It's never shred a tape or anything and here it is 2003. Guess my guess in
1990 was right. Give me your brand.

Bill

"E. Meyer" <e.meyer@ieee.org> wrote in message
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> On 9/27/03 1:13 AM, in article
> 9U9db.23322$XF.20462610@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net, "Tera Baap"
> <Tera@Kiska.Baap.com> wrote:
>
> > "Chris Jones" <chris.j@cox.net> wrote in message
> > news:7r7db.27832$Ms2.22748@fed1read03...
> >> Tera Baap wrote:
> >>> Hi all!
> >>>
> >>> My 91 Integra's factory radio just gave up on me. A friend gave me
> >>> an old (aftermarket) radio to throw in. The problem I'm having is
> >>> that the 8 or so wires coming out of the replacement radio are color
> >>> coded differently from the wires in the car. I have figured out what
> >>> all the colored wires on the replacement radio represent, but don't
> >>> know which wire corresponds to the different ones in the car.
> >>>
> >>> Could someone give me a listing of what each of the colored wires
> >>> should be connected to?
> >>>
> >>> Thanks!
> >>
> >> Radio Shack and most Kragen/Checker auto parts stores have wiring

> > harnesses
> >> that will correspond to the aftermarket stereo and plug right into your
> >> factory harness. You could also just use it to figure out which wires
> >> correspond with which and not use the plugs, but it's only like

$10.....
> >> --
> >>
> >> Chris
> >>
> >>

> >
> > I checked Pep Boys and they didn't have it. I'll take a look at Radio

Shack
> > tomorrow.
> >
> > Thanks, Chris!
> >
> >

>
> If you can't find it anywhere else - look at crutchfield.com.
>



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